Byron-george-gordon meaning

bīrən
British poet acclaimed as one of the leading figures of the romantic movement. The “Byronic hero”—lonely, rebellious, and brooding—first appeared in Childe Harold's Pilgrimage (1812–1818). Among his other works are Manfred (1817) and the epic satire Don Juan (1819–1824). He died while working to secure Greek independence from the Turks.
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